The Colophon

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Now, that I am coming towards the end of this text, the kappa, that reflects in which way my practice constitutes a contribution to knowledge, I start to think about the colophon. Traditionally, in a printed book the colophon is a page at the end or at the beginning of a book that gives contextual information of the book's production. These include the date of publication, the place of publication, the name(s) of the author(s), printer(s) and publisher(s), if different. Sometimes the proofreader, editor, designer, the type font, the papermaker are being named.

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